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A recruitment office released a video which showed its staff some of the incentives - a luxury holiday, for example - they could get if they worked hard enough.
The internet thought it was a parody.
Haigh Associates uploaded the video on its Linkedin page and it wasn't long before people went in on it.
The London recruitment agency produced a video that features exactly six men and one woman, and has them doing all sorts of cool stuff.
In one shot, they're dudebro-ing outside a flashy building, and in another they've rolled up their sleeves and play a bit of good ol' table tennis in the office.
What follows is a montage of (mostly) white men walking into a meeting room, getting into a hoity toity car, getting out of said car, and concludes with the boys getting into a private plane.
@StevieBuckley Nooooo one bats like Gaston
No one's got lats like Gaston
No one personifies all banter twats like G… https://t.co/NUOv2koK04 — ScottRiley.zzz (😴,😴) (@ScottRiley.zzz (😴,😴))
@StevieBuckley "Lads, let's tell Steven it's white shirt day"
"Yeah, quality banter" https://t.co/k2f0V0mzvt — Bertie Millis - Barty.eth (@Bertie Millis - Barty.eth)
Jesse Gray, the co-founder of Haigh Associates, responded to the criticism with a message to Stevie Buckley - who first spotted the video:
Very proud to share a clip which gives an insight into the culture, environment and incentives we offer to our top performers at Haigh. This gives a glimpse into out summer incentive top billers trip in which we took the top performers on a private jet, all expenses paid trip to Ibiza.
Very proud to share a clip which gives an insight into the culture, environment and incentives we offer to our top performers at Haigh.
This gives a glimpse into out summer incentive top billers trip in which we took the top performers on a private jet, all expenses paid trip to Ibiza.
@StevieBuckley if i was the top peformer i'd rather just have a day off, this option sounds awful — tired (@tired)
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